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negotiations in 1994. the navy ceased operations formally here in about 1997. we are standing, remarkably, on awpa project -- on a wpa project were folks started taking land and rocks and putting this project out here. then, it was supposed to be converted. you can only imagine, as an airport. luckily, there was some wisdom, and that vision did not take shape, but for over half a century, the navy has been out here doing administrative work and training work, and we have been figuring out what exactly to do in the last decade and a half. we could not do it alone. we needed to work with the navy. we needed the process of an agreement. we needed a private partner, and we worked to gain that support, but it was not easy because this is a different era, appropriately, where you cannot just take a dollar bill out of your left pocket and handed to the secretary of the navy and say, open a " thank you for the property" and walk away and start to develop it. we needed to create a different framework with a participation agreement. what we're celebrating here is a long negotiation where we develop
that began this. the formal negotiations in 1994. the navy ceased operations formally here in about 1997. we are standing, remarkably, on awpa project -- on a wpa project were folks started taking land and rocks and putting this project out here. then, it was supposed to be converted. you can only imagine, as an airport. luckily, there was some wisdom, and that vision did not take shape, but for over half a century, the navy has been out here doing administrative work and training work, and we have been figuring out what exactly to do in the last decade and a half. we could not do it alone. we needed to work with the navy. we needed the process of an agreement. we needed a private partner, and we worked to gain that support, but it was not easy because this is a different era, appropriately, where you cannot just take a dollar bill out of your left pocket and handed to the secretary of the navy and say, open a " thank you for the property" and walk away and start to develop it. we needed to create a different framework with a participation agreement. what we're celebrating here is a long neg
. [applause] the honorable secretary of the navy, ray davis. [applause] and the honorable mayor of the city and county of san francisco, gavin newsom. [applause] today we stand on the brink of the future of this island by commemorating the historic agreement with the transfer of the formal the -- naval station from a united states navy to the city and county of san francisco. i know i speak for many people who have worked extremely hard to make this day a reality, people on all sides of the table, across organizations, when i say that it is truly an honor and a proud moment. i would like to take a moment to acknowledge our many partners and supporters who are here today. please forgive me if i do not mention everyone. there are too many of you to name individually, but i would like to recognize, and if you would please stand, former mayor willie brown, current and past members of the treasure island development authority board of directors. our treasure island citizens advisory board, and the treasure island homeless development initiative, one of our great partners, and of course, our priv
half. we could not do it alone. we needed to work with the navy. we needed the process of an agreement. we needed a private partner, and we worked to gain that support, but it was not easy because this is a different era, appropriately, where you cannot just take a dollar bill out of your left pocket and handed to the secretary of the navy and say, open a " thank you for the property" and walk away and start to develop it. we needed to create a different framework with a participation agreement. what we're celebrating here is a long negotiation where we developed a strong partnership with the navy and the private developers, where if we do well in the city, if the developer does well, then the navy does well. our federal taxpayers do well. we have a participation agreement that in many ways we think will become a model for other similar agreements across the country. it was not easy to put together, but we are here today to celebrate that agreement. we are here today to celebrate a two-page term sheet that the secretary, myself, the speaker, and others agreed to in dece
of representatives, nancy pelosi. [applause] the honorable secretary of the navy, ray davis. [applause] and the honorable mayor of the city and county of san francisco, gavin newsom. [applause] today we stand on the brink of the future of this island by commemorating the historic agreement with the transfer of the formal the -- naval station from a united states navy to the city and county of san francisco. i know i speak for many people who have worked extremely hard to make this day a reality, people on all sides of the table, across organizations, when i say that it is truly an honor and a proud moment. i would like to take a moment to acknowledge our many partners and supporters who are here today. please forgive me if i do not mention everyone. there are too many of you to name individually, but i would like to recognize, and if you would please stand, former mayor willie brown, current and past members of the treasure island development authority board of directors. our treasure island citizens advisory board, and the treasure island homeless development initiative, one of our gr
willingness to look at this in a new light and consider things that previous secretaries of the navy had not considered because of the great work of his staff and both the department of defense and because, more importantly, of the incredible commitment, not just passing interest, speaker ned to pelosi, who started this thing through three presidential administrations, secretaries of navy, mayors like me that come and go, members of the board of supervisors, treasure island development authority that stuck it out for all this time. to nancy pelosi, thank you yet again. what a remarkable effort. you deserve an enormous amount of credit. we thank you. we are proud of you. this is a big deal. on top of that, hunters point, which was a big deal. trans a terminal, doyle drive, the bay bridge. this is just getting things done. it is my honor now to ask up to the podium a fan of major-league baseball, who took the time to come out here a day on early and visit with the giants. they did not have the kind of day we were hoping on sunday, but someone who is very familiar with san francisco that ha
today as the navy officially transfers treasure island to the city and the people of san francisco. we owe an absolute heartfelt thanks to the people who have worked so hard to achieve this goal. two of the people who have worked the hardest, and two people that it has been my privilege to work closely with, are sitting here today. speaker nancy pelosi, mayor gavin newsom. the mayor said some mighty nice things about me, but i tell you -- this would not have happened without the speaker and the mayor. i had been navy secretary about 10 minutes when the speaker called and said, "can we do something about treasure island?" i went up and talked to her, and and i talked to the mayor, and it was a group effort, a team effort, and we stood on the work that other people have done, and a couple of those folks are here today. mayor willie brown, and my predecessor as secretary of the navy, both of whom were here when this process started, and both of whom live the groundwork for what we are able to do here today, so thank you. united states navy in association with treasure island began 70 year
without the speaker and the mayor. i had been navy secretary about 10 minutes when the speaker called and said, "can we do something about treasure island?" i went up and talked to her, and and i talked to the mayor, and it was a group effort, a team effort, and we stood on the work that other people have done, and a couple of those folks are here today. mayor willie brown, and my predecessor as secretary of the navy, both of whom were here when this process started, and both of whom live the groundwork for what we are able to do here today, so thank you. united states navy in association with treasure island began 70 years ago, right after the completion of world expo, 1939-1940. the navy took this over, and from these shores, tens of thousands of sailors and marines left the fight in the pacific in world war ii, and a lot of those sailors and marines who left from here, this was the last time they saw america, and they made the ultimate sacrifice for us. as we transfer this treasure, this island, from the navy back to the city, i hope that all of us will remember the service and sac
not have happened without the speaker and the mayor. i had been navy secretary about 10 minutes when the speaker called and said, "can we do something about treasure island?" i went up and talked to her, and and i talked to the mayor, and it was a group effort, a team effort, and we stood on the work that other people have done, and a couple of those folks are here today. mayor willie brown, and my predecessor as secretary of the navy, both of whom were here when this process started, and both of whom live the groundwork for what we are able to do here today, so thank you. united states navy in association with treasure island began 70 years ago, right after the completion of world expo, 1939-1940. the navy took this over, and from these shores, tens of thousands of sailors and marines left the fight in the pacific in world war ii, and a lot of those sailors and marines who left from here, this was the last time they saw america, and they made the ultimate sacrifice for us. as we transfer this treasure, this island, from the navy back to the city, i hope that all of us will remember
folks are here today. mayor willie brown, and my predecessor as secretary of the navy, both of whom were here when this process started, and both of whom live the groundwork for what we are able to do here today, so thank you. united states navy in association with treasure island began 70 years ago, right after the completion of world expo, 1939-1940. the navy took this over, and from these shores, tens of thousands of sailors and marines left the fight in the pacific in world war ii, and a lot of those sailors and marines who left from here, this was the last time they saw america, and they made the ultimate sacrifice for us. as we transfer this treasure, this island, from the navy back to the city, i hope that all of us will remember the service and sacrifice of every sailor, every marine, living and dead. [applause] and the people who left from here and the people who serve today, risking everything, so that we can celebrate today. that legacy lives on in the young men and women who wear the cloth of this country and who are deployed around the world as we meet here today. when the f
today. mayor willie brown, and my predecessor as secretary of the navy, both of whom were here when this process started, and both of whom live the groundwork for what we are able to do here today, so thank you. united states navy in association with treasure island began 70 years ago, right after the completion of world expo, 1939-1940. the navy took this over, and from these shores, tens of thousands of sailors and marines left the fight in the pacific in world war ii, and a lot of those sailors and marines who left from here, this was the last time they saw america, and they made the ultimate sacrifice for us. as we transfer this treasure, this island, from the navy back to the city, i hope that all of us will remember the service and sacrifice of every sailor, every marine, living and dead. [applause] and the people who left from here and the people who serve today, risking everything, so that we can celebrate today. that legacy lives on in the young men and women who wear the cloth of this country and who are deployed around the world as we meet here today. when the famous or i
with the giants and ravens at 1. >>> the terps with a big win over navy on labor day and hosting morgan state. the first game for the bears. and in first quarter, does the best and gives maryland a lead and danny o'brien, he hooks up with smith for the 34-yard score and after throwing five passes, they roll 62-3. >> and james madison down 10-0 and taking the screen pass 77 yards and j&u, and the last time, the hokies outscored them and they on the board here, the dukes down 3 and to that fourth, jmu within two and with that outside from 12 yards out and with 5 1/2 to go in the fourth. the handoff to evans and hit and fumbled. they would hold on and the dukes with four secs to go and upsets the hokeys on the home turf. >>> and the home opener for navy hosting georgia southern and eagles head coach from 2002- 2007 under paul johnson. second quarter, navy up serve-0 and punkes it in. the navy led 13-0 at the half and win 13-7. >>> the battle for the reach hu this afternoon. always a big affair when they meet and tied at 49 in the half and on that round, 21-14. and in the third, more hampton and
ending. thank you. %-maryland coming off a 2 and 10 season and were considered theú unneedogs to navy. who 10 and 4 squad is led by hhisman hopeful dobbs. ú%ams met inn2005.time the two this gaae was a nail biter down to the final seconds. a minute left in the game. navy down 17-14. with 3 and goal from the eiggt. ricky dobs keeps it, tackled short of the goal llfe, setting up fourth and goal line. and 37 seconds left. down three. navy decides to go for the win, instead of the game tying fieed goal. and maryland defenss holds. dobbs is stopped short. and maryyand upsets navy, 17-14 in the crab bowl classic. talk after was being going for it on fords and goal. >> i am not going to seconn guess. i think he made right decision. i am happy we on. but i am proud of my players. for the way they hung in there. >> well, long before kickoff the grills and fans were fired up for football. michael buczyner is live at m&t bank stadium with fan reaction to the inssate rivvlry. -> kristen, good evening.3 parking lots here at m&t bank stadium transformed into a massive party. thousands of fans fro
, patrice, back to you. >>> thank you, lauren. -p>>> ssilllahead a thrilling ed to the navy ame. >>> it's a great deal for whoever is gettinn the lease payments but not so much for taxpayers. -p>>> the amount of mone >>> a downtown office building and now attthe centerrof a costly controversy. a lease agreement signnd decades ago that is costing taxpayerss3 milllons today. %-of city hall is an officeú buulding that housed cityú workers for three da decades including the employees. for the past 30 years,,the citys of the building. we took our cameras inside 301 east fayette street to see if the city is getting its money's worth. instead we ound less han charring conditions on several floors. >> itts been a deal forrwhoever not sew much for the city.nt but >> reporter: it was struck and approved back inn1981. according to minutes from con 10tious boord of estimates comptroller opposed the deal and voted against it. he told the city spending panel and then donald shaffer to place was not necessary.3 we showed the lease agreement to real estatage cys estate analysa financing lease wher
was the document relies on the navy's evaluation of historic resources for everything before 1947. and just kind of includes that as if it's a done deal. but as it notes, the navy's methodology is not the same as the city's. that the city practices under our planning requirements and so on. and -- but it only applies those new standards to buildings built after 1947. so the treasure island church because it existed before 1947 just doesn't get considered. it's like it doesn't exist. the navy didn't identify this as a historic resource. in looking at all those issues, and public assembly, and so on i was really struck with the fact that that church obviously played an important role in the history of the island all through ther-ea of world war ii, korean war, vietnam war. it was a very central focus of community for the military personnel who are certainly a part of the history of treasure island and san francisco. and i really find its omission inexplicable in my mind. i just want it noted. the navy assessment cannot be relied on as satisfactory for our local approval process. we have our own st
island church. i tried to understand this. the historic methodology was the document relies on the navy's evaluation of historic resources for everything before 1947. and just kind of includes that as if it's a done deal. but as it notes, the navy's methodology is not the same as the city's. that the city practices under our planning requirements and so on. and -- but it only applies those new standards to buildings built after 1947. so the treasure island church because it existed before 1947 just doesn't get considered. it's like it doesn't exist. the navy didn't identify this as a historic resource. in looking at all those issues, and public assembly, and so on i was really struck with the fact that that church obviously played an important role in the history of the island all through ther-ea of world war ii, korean war, vietnam war. it was a very central focus of community for the military personnel who are certainly a part of the history of treasure island and san francisco. and i really find its omission inexplicable in my mind. i just want it noted. the navy assessment cannot be
, the navy. >> 3 points and 3 feet separated the two. you hope this evolves into a labor day tradition. maryland held off navy, 17-14. tarps bang scored the first two times they had the ball. -- the terps scored the first to good times they had the ball. da'rel scott finds the corner of the end zone. the navy came back. at the end of the half, navy down a touchdown and out of timeouts, quarterback ricky jobs does not throw the ball away. -- ricky dobbs does not throw the ball away. navy takes the field goal. fourth and one, final play for navy on offense. maryland stops dobbs at the goal line. end of the game. the terps hand on for the win. one yard, three points, high drama. further proof -- this has all the elements you need for a great rivalry, not just geography, but the fact that maryland -- both times, a field goal settled the outcome. the first game came down to the last play. >> maryland celebrated labor day with a bang. hurricane season means a boom in business for some. who is cashing in? all good things come to an end. the highlight of the state fair. >> that might be overdo
of maryland wants a good rivalry, they may finally have one. for the first time in five years maryland's navy went toe to toe. to baltimore we go where the midshipmen and terrapins hooked up for their season openers at m&t bank stadium. 1st quarter the terps 2nd and goal at the navy 5, jerill scott back and healthy punches it in to put maryland on the board first. it's 7-0 terps. david meggett runs 67 yards to the navy 13 and minutes later finishes the job with a 3-yard score and the terps would lead 14-0 but here comes navy 2nd quarter. ricky dobbs to andre byrd takes in into 10 yards out and navy cuts the deficit to 7. later in the 2nd3rd and goal. adrian moulton leaps over the offensive lineman hitting ricky dobbs and dobbs fumbles. the terps recovers and moulton going right over the what a good play for the terps d. 4th quarter 37th 2nd, navy down 3 with 4th and goal inside the 1. dobbs is stopped by kenny tate and the defense. maryland has the win. >> what a way for maryland to begin their season, coming to the thriller for 2010. >> this is a great big first win and we're trying to capit
. the wind has diminished to the wind has diminished to >> sailors are celebrating navy week. projects include a community rain garden on duncan street and a real food farm. baltimore navy week is one of 20 events produced by the community at great program. it was christmas and august for the barry family in and around gulf -- in and around all county -- in anna arundel county. the partnership for housing foundation changed their family forever. the renovated their home to fit denny's needs. >> it is a whole new world for him could we thought he might have to go to nrc -- to a nursing home or something. this will help to become more independent as an adult. >> he is certainly happy. danny's father michael was home on leave from iraq for today's ribbon-cutting ceremony. after two months of our nation's consumer confidence index dropping, it appears that things are turning around. it grew slightly between july and august, but still remains well below its level typically seen for a stable economy. he uptick means consumers' short term but look for the economy has changed. three major comm
in froo 3 yards out to give maryland a two touchdown lead. terps fans go crazy. second quarter. navy on the board. bird takes the pitch. goes around the end. and tip oes into the end zone for six. navy down 14-7. with 12 seconds left in the half. navy has no time out.ú dobbs runs nd stops short of the first down. so the clocc runs out and navy goes into the half empty hhnded. ken upset with the quarterback. and going into the locker room, he explodes on the referee. making contact. he was upset with the time runoff. at the start offthe second half. coach cleared the air with the ref. move to the fourth. game tied at 14. bolttlined uu for the first career field goal attempt. splits the upright, on the kick. to give the terps the lead. and 37 seconds left. down three. navy decides to go for the win. instead of the tying field goal. maryland's defense holds. -obbs is stopped short. ann maryland upsets navy, 11-14 in the crab bowl classic. all the talk aaterwards was about the decision to go for it. >> i am noo going to second guessken. iithey made the right decision. i am veey happy
arbor now a as the big game battles on. tight match maryland and navy. we can see times, few clouds nulling in the far western neighborhood. out towards fringeville and the yak a gamey river. 80s, a few clouds, looking great as we wrap up the big game downtown, crab bowl sunset 7:31 tonight and early peek at tomorrow. hour by hour through the day, talking about sunshine, nice day getting warmer out there. that does not hold up all week. another blast of fall air coming down the pike. if that arrives, we'll tell you in a couple minutes. christian. >> i was talking about a big rivalry hits the turf today. only the second time in 45 years the naval academy and the university of maryland football teams are squaring off today in baltimore. abc 2's disco, don harrison, live at m and t bank stadium in downtown baltimore, quite an atmosphere out there today, disco? >> reporter: it really is, let me tell you christian. they presold 64,000 tickets, they expect another 4,000 to walk in and buy tickets. that's about 68,000. they are used to having 71,000 for a sold out game, i was in there earl
served as a critical base for the united states navy. hunters point, presidio, treasure island -- how proud san francisco has been with our association with our men and women in uniform and the role they all play make us the home of the brave and the land of the free. but when the closure commission came along and decided our fate -- as i said, at first, we resisted, and then, we use our imagination. we wanted to be respectful because during the war, this is a center for receiving training and deploying members of our military serving in the pacific theater, as the secretary said so beautifully. some see this as their last view of america after they went off to war. in the decades that followed, the navy continued to train service members here as this facility became a crossroad for sailors and marines, those on their way to the cross pacific, and those coming home. when the base was set to close, leaders of this city and its representatives in congress recognized the potential for treasure island to remain a vital piece of our region poses success and future. today on the basis of th
college football games today in our area. navy going head to head with the university of maryland. and in a game with national implications, virginia tech taking on boise state. >> lindsay czarniak has a look at it. >> reporter: college fans are looking at one of the biggest nonconference match-ups. virginia tech plays number three boise state tonight at fed-ex. maryland trying to improve from last year's 2-10 season taking on navy. things so far not going well for the midshipmen. the terps lead it 14-7. to baltimore, navy and maryland renewing their rivalry. the second time since '65 in baltimore. first quarter, the terps got 7-0 looking for more. gavin goes straight up, right down the side line. 67 yards until he is knocked out of bounds. the navy 13 yard line. four plays later to put maryland up 14-0. they would get on board early in the second quarter. andre takes the pitch from ricky dobbs. he races around. ten yards for the score. maryland leads 14-7. by the way they've fumbled twice at the maryland goal line. we will have much more on this game in a preview of the other tha
and the aluminum in an eagle we could use some of the steel in a ship. >> erika: scott was familiar with navy ships. for years he had worked at the aircraft carrier museum "uss intrepid." he presented his idea to his boss, who sent it on to the secretary of the navy. this time, scott's timing was perfect. the navy liked the idea of building a ship out of steel salvaged from the twin towers. scott was given the green light. now the real work could begin. locating the salvaged world trade center steel. >> i called and i said i need to get some steel for a ship, called "uss new york" the navy's going to be building, and they said "yeah, and you are?" and, no, no, i said, "i just need to get some steel for a ship. the navy wants to build a ship." and they said, "no, i can't give you any steel." >> erika: but scott persisted. and he eventually got enough steel for the navy to use. the ship was built in a dockyard in new orleans. construction took a little over three years. in march 2008, the "uss new york" was launched. when you first saw the ship built, describe what the moment was like. >> it's kind o
night, sunday morning. that means at lot of college football. navy was in that the louisiana. we will check in with them. and the maryland terrapins went to morgantown to take on west virginia. could the terps remained unbeaten? ♪ [ male announcer ] you're at the age where you don't get thrown by curve balls. ♪ this is the age of knowing how to get things done. ♪ so why would you let something like erectile dysfunction get in your way? isn't it time you talked to your doctor about viagra? 20 million men already have. ♪ with every age comes responsibility. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain, as it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects may include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. stop taking viagra and call your doctor right away if you experience a sudden decrease or loss in vision or hearing. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. s
in downtown baltimore and the maryland terrapins celebrate labor day with a thrilling win over navy good evening, i'm christian schaefer. on paper a mismatch. now maryland is celebrate agriculture 17-14 victory at m and t bank stadium in baltimore. preston mitchell was there. . >> m and t bank stadium was the site for renewing this 105-year- old rivalry between terrapins and the navy mid ship men. >> i think it's going to be great for the community and definitely great for the state, hopefully it will begin a tradition. >> and mark burdette is hoping that today's labor day event is just the starting. >> we're excited about it and we think it is going to be a rivalry that will stick. . >> reporter: the terps jumped out early putting 14 points on the board in the first quarter. they managed to slow down navy's lightning quick running game. on multiple occasions maryland forced turnovers when navy was knocking on the door at the end zone. it alledded up to a great day at the stadium no matter whose colors you wore. >> terrific to have them here, it gives us all an opportunity to see both of
where the navy mid shipmen and terrapins hooked up at m&t stadium. the terps second and goal at the navy five. he cults to the outside and punches it in to put maryland on the board first. 7-0 terps. still in the first, more maryland and he runs for 67- yards down to the navy 13. minutes later he would finish with a three yard score an the terps lead 14-0. here's navy. second quarter, the pitch to byrd takes it in from ten yards out. navy would tie the game up. it is 14-14 in the fourth quarter. >>> this season kicks off tonight for virginia tech. they face boycecy state at fedex field at 8 p.m. last year the hokies kicked off their season against alabama. tonight a another huge game right out of the block. >> that's why they come to virginia tech to play in games like this. you know, a national audience first ball game. hopefully a soldout stadium. and i know a very enthusiastic stadium. so, you know, i think our kids like this and that's why they come to virginia tech. >>> the nationals are hosting the mets this afternoon and get excited for danny who was called up last wednesday. toda
under the navy, i guess, in the city along with hunters point, also the presidio. it is the environmental issues here with hazardous waste, i am not worried about. the underground tanks have been removed. we have the oversight of the water resources control board and state toxic along bcdc also controls the tide, the 100 feet where it comes in and out. i think the question for us to look at here, if you want to add another two weeks to cover public comment, what is dimp with this e.i.r. versus other e.i.r.'s we have done in the city? i didn't hear any public testimony that has led me to believe that we need to -- any additional information. whether board member ebber ling -- e -- elberling is right or not with the church, i don't remember any time that we have to address the-sably issues in any other e.i.r.'s. i don't disagree maybe we should look at faith-based facilities being there, but that's -- the treasure island plan itself, they can negotiate some sort of rental there, that's a separate document. regarding the e.i.r. with the transportation and the environ
could go back to 1974 when the navy ceased operations in the shipyard, in 1988 when they shut everything down. in 2004, we got that first conveyance agreement and began to see some progress on the shipyard. of course, that progress is modest compared with the progress we are marking today. that progress includes the extraordinary effort of all of those you see behind me and countless others that made this happen over the course of these 30 plus long years. we are blessed to have had visionary leadership. members of the board of supervisors have come and gone. mayors have come and gone. and legislative leaders in sacramento, as well as the federal government, that have long recognized the extraordinary opportunity and the principal opportunity that we have to anchor the fate and future of the city in the southeast sector, and to fulfil the promises we have made for a generation to the people who live in the southeast sector, and were a big part of building the city for a generation. they watched that promise go away when the navy decided to exit the city and those jobs began to go with th
. if you are 30 or younger, you could go back to 1974 when the navy ceased operations in the shipyard, in 1988 when they shut everything down. in 2004, we got that first conveyance agreement and began to see some progress on the shipyard. of course, that progress is modest compared with the progress we are marking today. that progress includes the extraordinary effort of all of those you see behind me and countless others that made this happen over the course of these 30 plus long years. we are blessed to have had visionary leadership. members of the board of supervisors have come and gone. mayors have come and gone. and legislative leaders in sacramento, as well as the federal government, that have long recognized the extraordinary opportunity and the principal opportunity that we have to anchor the fate and future of the city in the southeast sector, and to fulfil the promises we have made for a generation to the people who live in the southeast sector, and were a big part of building the city for a generation. they watched that promise go away when the navy decided to exit the city
for virginia tech. >>> in louisiana, navy against louisiana tech. second quarter, navy down by six and i rickie dobs. and dobbs'irst pass of the season and we're tied at 13. fourth quarter, navy up 30-23 and they are doing what they normally do, run the ball and run the ball effectively. vince murray up the gut and 17 yards for the score and navy beats louisiana tech, 37-23. >>> talking baseball, nationals taking on the red-h hot if phillies. a runner on and this is a good piece of hitting. it goes opposite to the field and hustling around the bases, relay throw and desmond ends up third can an rbi triple. they get a 1-0 lead. bottom of the third and ryan howard with a man aboard, see ya! his 30th home run and that sets a record with five straight seasons with 30 homers and 100 rbis. the phillies in front, 4-1. top of the eighth, nats down by three and they fall. the phillies won six straight and they continue to play good baseball and they are now three up and have a three-game lead over the braves who is the team i root for. >> good to know. >> not that you realy care but they have have a thr
to the crab bowl and not to eat. >> no. maryland and navy. it would be nice if they gave the winner a bushel full of crabs. it's the renewal of a great rivalry that isn't a rivalry. the terps and mids get it on as we speak. and donovan mcnabb returning to redskins practice while big al gets demoted today. and 15 years old ago today iron was forged. we'll look back at a great day in baseball history. >>> they have dubbed it the crab bowl. because maryland and navy are the only two college football programs in the state of maryland with campuses 30 miles apart so would think they would be bitter enemies. but they have met just once in the last 44 years. but that changed today. renewing the rivalry. navy a bold team a year ago. maryland 2-10 a year ago. but the terps struck first. terrell scott, the terps up 7-0 in the first and extending that lead. magot, the son of former giant, straight up and terps lead. but navy would not roll over. the end of the third, the quarterback ricky dobbs on the keeper, right tackle and he is in and ties the game at 14 and that is where we stand, the start of the
you guys. ♪ >> the native jazz band was here to entertain -- navy jazz band was here to entertain. ♪ and a very special guest. 91 year-old former navy pilot who flew torpedo bombers in world war ii. >> i do not deserve this. i am not a war hero. i spent some good times in the navy. i had some harrowing experience and i'm lucky to be alive. but there are others out there who have more on the contribution side of giving. >> this is all part of navy week and is a chance for these young sailors to say thanks to our veterans. >> your insta-weather-plus forecast -- >> hurricane earl, a major hurricane moving in this general direction, is the big story tonight. the hot weather continues in baltimore. for the 53rd time this year, we have topped 90 degrees. the airport hit 95 there. tomorrow, we will hit 90 again. it will tie the record. we did this 54 times in 1988. it is still warm outside. temperatures are indian -- in the 80's near hagerstown. ocean breeze had a nice sea breeze for the rest of the day. it is pretty warm down there now at 77 degrees. clear skies continue across our re
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